I’m super excited that the new work from my Specere collection of tapestries can soon be found at the National Library of Australia Bookshop! I’ll be delivering the above four pieces to the Bookshop on Wednesday 4 March. It is such a great opportunity and I’m so looking forward to seeing them on display there! You can see more of the Specere project on the portfolio page.
So you had an idea and wanted to make something? That’s cool. But what happens when that project doesn’t go to plan and you’re left with “Project Fail”? As an artist I have heaps of ideas I want to weave, but sometimes I fail to execute them. At first, it basically feels like I’m left with a piece of crap, and it’s certainly not something I want to put on
A new addition to the Specere collection I’ve been weaving a new tapestry for my Specere collection, so I thought a little progress update was in order. The working title on this one is ‘Mount Buffalo B’… because, well there was also a ‘Mount Buffalo A’. Quick backstory: You might have seen from my portfolio that over the last couple of years I have been weaving small tapestries, under the
Creativity. It’s something so many of us think we simply do not have. That’s not true by the way – we all have it in us! It’s just the discovery of our creative passion, or reframing how we think creativity should be expressed, that might be holding us back. In speaking with a few people about this lately, I’m beginning to think the whole reframing thing might actually go a